Apple has today made its new macOS Monterey available in Apple Beta Software Program so you can install the latest operating system on your Mac today.
macOS Monterey was introduced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference last month with new features to help you stay connected and stay productive.
The new features include an improved Safari browser with a new tab design, Universal Control which lets you use a single mouse and keyboard to work between an iMac and iPad and AirPlay to Mac now makes it possible to share content from your iPhone and iPad to your Mac’s Retina Display.
For a full overview of the features of macOS Monterey look at our report here.
But before you install macOS Monterey you need to back up your Mac.
Once the backup is completed, head over to the Apple Beta Software Page and sign up or sign on to the program using your Apple ID.
The next step is to enroll your Mac you can download the macOS Public Beta Access Utility and run the installer.
After enrolment the next step is to download and install the macOS Monterey public beta by going to System Preferences > Software Update and you will see the macOS Public Beta ready to download and install.
Updates to the Public Beta will continue and you will see a notification whenever an update is available.